I am concerned about my queen having space to lay but the bottom deep is not due for inspection until the first of August. I have a 10 frame lang I started in mid may from a strong 5 frame nuc. I have added boxes as they got each one filled to 80% so they have always had room. The hive is now two deep bodies and one med. super that they have just now started to draw comb in. I have been concerend over the past month because they would not start drawing comb in the med. super. On 7-1 my last inspection of the lower deep showed it had 4 empty frames a couple of frames of brood and a the rest honey. The upper deep was over half brood and the rest honey. I did notice some pollen being stored in the lower deep in random cells. on 7-14 I inspected the upper deep again and it is now completely full of honey over half of it capped and the bees had just started drawing comb in the super. To me that seemed like a lot of honey stored quickly. Now I am concerned that they may have also crowded the queen in the lower deep??? So mainly my question is. What would you do? Check the lower deep even though it has only been two weeks to verify she has room? Assume that the bees know what they are doing and let them do it? Be estatic that a first year hive managed to store nearly 90 lbs of honey in two weeks? And look as if they may be able to do more than that. Throw up your hand in frustration certain that all is lost? I am just in one of those zones that what I am seeing in the hive is not quite adding up for me. Maybe the bees just took a while filling out those two deeps. maybe there is a problem that my inexperience has me blind to. So if nothing else this is just double checking myself. So far my choice has been to assume the bees know what they are doing.